Career Services is available to you for life, even long after you earn your MBA at Chicago Booth. No matter what your goals, we will collaborate with you to help you pursue your career objectives. We will help you focus and apply your initiative and energy to take ownership of your career and professional development.
Most Career Services online content and resources, as well as our on-site computers, require your CNet ID and password for access. Claim your CNetID and password. If you have issues, please contact the University of Chicago Alumni Support by phone (877.292.3945) or email.
Manage Your Career
Career Services offers innovative resources for alumni across the career life cycle, including:
Career Advancement – You really enjoy the work you are currently doing and want to advance in the same functional area; in other words, you want to be promoted.
If this sounds like you, go to the Advancing in Your Company resources.
Career Change – You have decided that you want to do something different. You are interested in exploring or pursuing a different functional area, industry, or geography. If so, go to the resources for Changing Companies, Functions, and Industries.
Entrepreneurship – Is it time to take your idea and build it into your own business, or join an early-stage venture? Or, have you already launched your own venture and are looking to take it to the next level? If so, check out our Entrepreneurship resources.
No matter what option you want to pursue, you are in control of your career management process, and we are here to help.
Career Tools and Resources
Global Talent Solutions is Chicago Booth's online resource for searching and applying for jobs with companies that are seeking Booth talent. To learn more about how to use GTS in your job search, including how to create or edit your profile and search and apply for jobs, visit: Navigating GTS.
Chicago Booth Resume Database
are a collection of employment data from the Full-Time MBA, Weekend MBA, and Evening MBA Programs that help you gain a sense of compensation levels of various industries and functions and assist you in leveraging fellow alumni who have landed in roles, companies, functions, and industries you may be targeting for networking purposes.
is an online audio recording series designed to promote life-long career development to help you maintain your professional edge.
The Fisher Career Resource Center at Gleacher Center houses a collection of print resources covering business and job search topics. Alumni are welcome to browse or borrow materials from the Fisher CRC, as well as from the London, Hong Kong, and Harper CRCs. Research support extends beyond the physical library with individual in-person and virtual research training and remote access to select research databases for job search support. Learn more »